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top generals and give them a simple instruction. they will have 30 days to submit to the oval office a planor soundly and quickly defeating isis. >> he's even talked about using nuclear weapons. >> strong talk just a taste of what's i head for the candidates today. zika sex guidelines are set as congress fails to act on the virus that spread to 60 countries. >> and police chase that had viewers nationwide transfixed
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as news of a multimillion dollar settlement merges. "early today" starts right now. so great to be with you, this morning. >> what a heart felt story that is of those two twins. we'll talk a little bit about that in a little bit. first we start with tonight. an coin toss made and the stage is set. hillary clinton and donald trump will go head to head in their first general election faceoff. the matchup will take place on the iconic intrepid museum and will focus on national security, foreign affairs and more. the official coin toss determined clinton will take questions first with trump to follow. and we now have word trump will
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of hours and trump gave a preview of what he's expected to say. >> so we're going to convene my top generals and give them a simple instruction. they will have 30 days to submit to the oval office a plan for soundly and quickly defeating isis. we have no choice. >> aides say trump will call for increased defense spending and getting rid of the sequester. those automatic budget cuts that were it is an interesting policy shift for trump who open i says the sequester quote, does no got far enough. all the candidates could talk about were taxes. trump's taxes. >> he said that the american people don't care about his tax return. and in fact, he's also said that it's none of our business. now, i just think he's dead
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>> nobody cares about it except some of the folks in the media. just so you understand, i'm under a routine audit and when they're released i'll release my returns. >> and here they are hitting one another on national security on the leadup up to tonight's forum. >> he's very loose in his talk about nukes. he says he doesn't care if other countries get them, doesn't know why they haven't been used already. >> if she really can't she can't be president. she doesn't remember anything. she doesn't even remember whether or not she was instructed on how to use e-mails. >> he says he has a secret plan to defeat isis. but the secret is he has no plan. >> her conduct is disqualifying. >> a lot f back and forth there. now later this morning keep an eye out for new spanish language acts, both bashing trump pretty
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an ad entitled sacrifice showing military veterans watching some of the new york businessman's more provocative statements. today clinton will stay off the trail while she preps for tonight's forum. the former president stump ng florida, the former first daughter in pennsylvania. trump meanwhile will take his national security message to philadelphia before speaking to the conservative party of new york ahead of tonight's forum. and forum, it will focus exclusively on issues that the next president will have to confront as commander in chief of this country. it will be moderated by "today's" matt lauer. set your dvrs for that one, folks.
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be. neither will be commemorating the visit with to the world trade center sites. most notably when venn senators mccain and obama made a joint appearance in 2008, trump and clinton have elected not to. both have chosen not to campaign at all on that day and they've also agreed not to air any ads. >> more than 500 killed. that's the chicago residents are waking up to this morning. with the city's top cop calling it a society issue, not a police issue, cementing its reputation of the murder capital of the country, chicago witnessed 13 fatal shootings this labor day weekend alone. that brings it to 500 for 2016. a lot are gun related with 82 shootings per week.
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killings on increased gang activity and gun laws. >> if we had the gun laws in chicago that l.a. and new york have we would see our violent crime cut in half. >> the minimum penalty for having an illegal gun in chicago for example is one year in jail while in new york it's three and a half years. one activist is calling it a war zone that needs help fast. >> the state says it's broke, so call for a state of emergency >> meanwhile, mayor has not responded to the violence. congress has once again failed to pass a bill funding the fight against zika. a procedural vote failed in the senate yesterday 52-46. this as officials say seven more home grown cases of zika have been found in florida. six of which are on miami beach. that increases the total to 56
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zika in the sunshine state. tracie potts joins us live from washington. where does the zika fight go from here? >> reporter: at this point they are trying to figure out if they can get something done by september 30th. keeping in mind that's also the deadline to prevent a government shutdown and they're going to try to attach some legislation to that. it's a $1.1 billion deal that they're trying to get done here and what's stopping them are democrats who don't want to see money pulled from planned top democrat in the senate harry reid called that language strange, weird stuff when he was speaking about it before this vote failed. so they've been unable to move it forward to let this go without throwing some money at it, even republicans are saying is grossly irresponsible and so while it looks like congress has the will to get something done, to send money especially to states like florida, right now they just haven't figured out how. most of that money would be
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looking at would be new funding. >> certainly something needed there in florida. thank you. this morning a minnesota hometown is reeling in grief and outrage from the outcome of a plea deal that has allowed a confessed killer off the hook for murder. he admitted in chilling detail yesterday how he kidnapped, sexually abused and killed an 11-year-old nearly three years they agreed to this deal to bring an end to their tireless search. >> i want to say, jacob, i'm so sorry. it's incredibly painful to know his last days. last hours, last minutes. >> he still faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to child pornography charges.
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life in custody if he is civilly committed after he finishes his federal sentence. a u.s. astronauts and a russian astronaut made it back to earth. the dust it creates the pod landing while recovery teams helped the three crew members out of the chairs helping them to adjust to gravity. and a new record set for the most time spent in space. >> incredible landing. >> looks like something right out of the movies. the deadly police chase broadcast to the nation as it unfolded. >> we want to bring in bill karins who has the latest now. hermine, gone and newton now,
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into arizona and areas of new mexico. 3 million people under a flash flad watch and that will be with them the next 24 hours. thankfully the winds will not be a problem in southern arizona but from tucson to silver city, this is the greatest area of concern for flash flooding as we go throughout the day and for the catch of the night, we head off the court at the u.s. open. she launches one into the stands. check out the grabby a fan that just happened to be in the right place at the right time. great smile too. "early today" back in two. ??
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juror it's trending today and will be the perfect start of your morning. this is from florida. look at this adorable photo of mason buck mire hugging his twin brother hawk and even looks like a smile right there. he was born with a rare birth defect in his diaphragm and he's undergone numerous surge rhis. this captures the first time since birth that the twins are together and reunited. 's shares on facebook and counting. that time together -- >> absolutely. heart warming and glad to see that the baby is doing very well. >> just a start of their close relationship i'm sure. >> a police chase of epic proportions has stolen attention around the country. believe it or not it was all caught on camera. >> shots are fired. shots are fired at the vehicle
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20 miles through the busy streets of phoenix, arizona. police identify the driver as 31-year-old steven del rio who according to family members was released from prison three months ago. >> we know that he intended to escape at all costs and put anybody in danger. >> two other suspects were detained close to where the pursuit began. thankfully no officers or civilians were hit or injured in that pursuit. we're now getting new detail this is morning into the sexual harassment case that rocked fox and gretta carlson and concluded with a $20 million settlement and a rare apology from the media giant. that wasn't the only shock wave to hit fox and their viewers. gretta resigned saying this. fox has not felt like home for me for a few years. she planned to invoke her exit clause.
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prime time show. only to be delivered two letters at her home, the message, she's out. her husband told the times there may be litigation in the future. she was the anchor of her show for 14 years. fast forwarding today. the paralynpics begin tonight. the iconic statue in rio rio's arch bishop. and american airlines flight, its first scheduled flight from miami to cuba today. jet blue became the first commercial u.s. airline to fly to cuba in more than half a century. and later on today now that summer is over, find out how you can score the best travel deals this fall. you're watching "early today." fe for the first time... gilman: go get it, marcus. go get it. gilman used his cash rewards credit card from bank of america
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stocks rallied on tuesday amid cooling u.s. interest rate hike expectations with the nasdaq hitting a new all-time high. futures are flat at the moment but today investors and consumers alike are anxiously awaiting apple's big announcements. we have the details. >> good morning. expect a splash. finally some waterproofing, a better camera, not to mention
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a new home button, a fresh color called piano black and you may see the removal of a standard head phone jack, that pushes us toward wireless head sets. but some are prepared to wait it out for the iphone 8 in another year's time. and the car dealerships have been busy, some of the things to credit fuel boom but if you look at 30 and 60 these are rising in the quarter. and this was after trump said recently that the fed is keeping rates unofficially low when he was asked what the feds should do coming up to the september rate decision. let me toss it back to you in the studio. >> all right. thanks for that update. we're going to tackle happiness coming up. we're going to fill you in on
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like, that's all we have to do? thank you. that's perfect. don't give him any stairs. >> what's going to happen after the election is over? >> we're all going to be let down i think. >> look at these two guys coming up. kind of an unlikely pairing. that's one direction band member and then this guy is a former producer of law & order dick wolf. they're putting together a new show for nbc. the our long drama will the pressures of being a successful boy band. he launched a solo career after leaving one direction in 2015. so you would never put those two together, maybe. >> i wonder if he's going to have any cameo appearances. i know a lot of people would like to see him do some acting. >> when channing tatum was catching up with ellen he couldn't keep from gushing over
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guest on the show. take a look. >> did you meet simone? >> i did not meet her back there yet. but i want to. i'm going to freak out. >> she's going to freak out to meet you. >> i'm going to freak out more. >> we got you something because you have so many medals. you have to have someplace to hold them so we got you something. let's go over here. >> her reaction is priceless there. >> that's the way to meet star. she had a huge crush on zach efron too. but when you're simone biles and you have that many medals you can meet all the celebrities you want. >> celebrating birthdays today. s&l cast member leslie jones, she's 49 years old. "early today" will be right back. >> the legend. ??
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good morning. i'm.. vince vitranohere's what's coming up on "live at daybreak" rides. the milwaukee county transit customers who may have to start paying to hop on the bus.also... quick thinking. what a local thinking. what a local neighbor did that stopped a rash of car
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good morning. i'm susan i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the weather... with meteorologist


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